Privacy Policy

Updated 7.7.2020

This is the Privacy Statement in accordance with the general EU data protection regulation in relation  to Cyberwatch Oy’s (Cyberwatch Finland) customer register and the use of the website. It is used to inform the data subject about the processing of personal data.

Our Website Uses Cookies

Cyber ​​Watch Finland uses third-party cookies to analyse site usage, monitor visitors, visitor numbers and statistical data, as well as to improve the service. We also use cookies as a tool for advertising and remarketing. Cookie information is not combined with the individuals’ personal data.  

Google Tag Manager  and  Google Analytics is used to analyse site usage and target advertising.

LinkedIn Website Demographics isused to analyze the professional demographics of site visitors. The information is used to develop the content of the service and to target marketing.

Cookies are small text files that a browser stores on a user’s device. You can read more about the topic, among other things, on the Finnish Transport and Communication Agency’s website. The user of the website may choose to refuse the use of cookies in their own browser settings, but this may affect the operation of the website.

1. Registrar

Cyberwatch Oy (Cyberwatch Finland)
Tietokuja 2
00330 Helsinki

2. Person Responsible for Matters Concerning Registration

Kim Waltzer
tietosuoja@cyberwatchfinland.fi
+358 40 7714737

3. Purpose of the Processing of Personal Data 

The primary basis for the processing of personal data is the  relationship between Cyberwatch Oy and the customer, the mandate, the company’s legitimate interest or the customer’s consent to the processing of personal data.

The purpose of the processing of personal data is to manage the customer relationship and communicate with customers. The Information of representatives of companies and other organizations may be used for marketing purposes in ways that are generally considered to be a legitimate interest of the data subject. Personal data may be used for marketing if the customer has given their consent. The data subject has the right to prohibit the use of their data for direct marketing.

In addition, the data may be used for statistical purposes, to provide websites, services and products, and to inform customers.

4. The Content of the Register

The information stored in the customer register is:

  • Name, position, company / organization, industry and contact details
  • Billing information, information about ordered services and their changes
  • Any other information relevant to the business relations, marketing and promotion
  • Possible contact information of individuals who have registered to an event, as well as information provided by the data subject themselves.
  • Technical data as well as cookies sent to the data subject’s browser and related information

5. Regulated Sources of Information

The register is primarily formed from information received from customers. Information is obtained through Cyberwatch Finland’s website, messages sent via web forms, e-mail, telephone, social media services, contracts, customer meetings and other situations in which the customer discloses their information. Information from representatives of companies and other organizations can also be collected from public sources such as websites. Information can also be obtained from directory services and other companies.

6. The Regulated Handover of Information 

Personal data will not be disclosed outside of Cyberwatch Oy or with the parties involved in the production, development or maintenance of services and communications operating on its behalf, except in accordance with the agreement, separate consent and / or specific regulations.

As a general rule, customer data will not be transferred or disclosed outside the European Union or the European Economic Area. If data is transferred outside the EU / EEA, the model data protection clauses established by the European Union will be followed.

7. Registry Security Principles and Retention Period

The register shall be handled with due care and the data processed by the information systems shall be adequately protected. When registry information is stored on Internet servers, the physical and digital security of their hardware is properly taken care of. The stored data as well as the server maintenance IDs and other information critical to the security of the service will be treated confidentially and only by the employees whose job description it belongs to.

Personal data will be kept in the register until there is no reason for it to be stored, but always in accordance with the current legislation.

8. Rights of the Data Subject

The data subject has the right to prohibit the company from using personal data for direct marketing purposes. You can opt out of direct marketing by selecting the unsubscribe option at the end of the company’s customer bulletin or newsletter.

In accordance with the Personal Data Act, a person in the register has the right to check their personal data, demand the correction or request the deletion of their personal data from the register. Requests must be sent directly as a letter to the registrar. Cyberwatch may, if necessary, ask the applicant to prove their identity. Cyberwatch will respond to the customer within the time limit set by the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (generally within one month).